COMPUTER SCIENCE SUMMER COURSE
Summer Computer Science Program For High School Students
Open To High School Students Entering Grades 9 – 12
Is technology your second language? Do friends and family come to you with their PC problems? A pre-college course in programming and computer science could help you go from computer to career!
What Is Computer Science?
Our world keeps getting smarter. In fact, technology drives most major industry today – so tech-savvy high school students can count on some serious opportunity after college. Software development. Data processing. Dreaming up the next must-have app or electronic. From innovative startups to global giants – and everything in between – careers in computer science can take you there.
A pre-college program in computer science clicks with students who appreciate technology, analytics and details. But there’s also lots of room for creativity and imagination! It’s a constantly evolving industry that requires its professionals to evolve, too. Computer science careers include programmers, systems analysts, support specialists, engineers, app and game developers, database administrators and more.
Computer Science With Blueprint Summer Programs
This is your chance to get a behind-the-screen look at computer science as a profession. From academic expectations and required training to the latest breakthroughs in the industry, our pre-college summer program will help you explore the incredible opportunities in computer science. It’s a broad field that includes the potential for above-average growth – and income.
Topics covered may include:
- Commercial computer systems and processes
- Efficient, effective use of technology
- Hardware manufacturing and installation
- Computer programming
- Software design and development
- Digital organization and architecture
For students who love technology, computer science is already interesting. But Blueprint instructors kick it up with an engaging approach that leaves homework in the dust. No papers. No pressure. No kidding!
Our Pre-College Computer Science Program Instructors
Our computer science instructors have the inside scoop on analytics, programming, tech development and more. But the best part is: they’re super fun! Ready to see how cool a keyboard can be? These people can show you.
By the end of the course, you will:
- Explore careers in computer science
- Understand the steps needed to achieve your college and career goals
- Discuss high-growth areas in the industry
Computer Science – Available At University of Florida
Computer Science is one of Blueprint’s classic course options and is available at University of Florida. Our Classic Courses represent the tried-and-true courses you’ve loved for years. They deliver a basic introduction to the subject in a 101-style course. We also offer six Careers Courses that are location-specific. These courses take advantage of campus and community amenities, and have highly limited availability.
*All students enrolled in Blueprint’s computer science course are required to bring their own laptop to the pre-college summer program.
Explore your programming potential with us this summer!
Staff Spotlight – Shani Campbell
Resident Advisor At Georgetown
Shani Campbell is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s School of Psychology with a B.A. in Experimental Psychology and an African & African American Studies minor. She currently is working in the field International Education while based in Beijing, China as an Education Representative! With great interest in academic and student support services, she has great experience working with diverse groups of students, as well as assisting incoming university students in academic preparedness and strategies for success! When she is not working, she enjoys writing out her visions, reading, practicing meditations, and distance running!
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